London (2005 American film)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
London (2005 film) Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byHunter Richards
Written byHunter Richards
Produced by
  • Ash Shaw
  • Paul Davis-Miller
  • Bonnie Timmermann
CinematographyJo Willems
Edited byTracey Wadmore-Smith
Music byThe Crystal Method
Distributed bySamuel Goldwyn Films
Release date
Running time
92 minutes
CountryUnited States
Box office$200,361[1]

London is a 2005 American romantic drama film written and directed by Hunter Richards. It stars Chris Evans, Jason Statham, Jessica Biel, Joy Bryant, Kelli Garner, and Isla Fisher.


Syd (Chris Evans) receives a phone call from a friend informing him that his ex-girlfriend London (Jessica Biel) is having a going-away party before she moves to California with her new boyfriend in a few days. Syd, who has been deeply depressed since London cheated on him, flies into a rage upon hearing the news, and wrecks his apartment. He decides to go to the party uninvited, bringing along Bateman (Jason Statham), a banker who delivers cocaine to Syd as a favor to their mutual dealer.

After arriving at the party at the condominium belonging to the parents of club girl Rebecca (Isla Fisher), Bateman and Syd install themselves in the bathroom, where they snort line after line of cocaine, guzzle tequila and discuss love, sex, God, women and pain. Over the course of the night and a massive pile of blow, Bateman tells Syd to get on with his life.

The private party-within-a-party is soon joined by Maya (Kelli Garner) and Mallory (Joy Bryant), who feign sympathy for Syd to grab some free cocaine. When Syd learns that London has arrived, Bateman challenges him to go out and talk to her.

After a heated confrontation in the middle of the party, Syd and London decide to leave to talk somewhere more private. As they are leaving, a fight ensues in which Syd and Bateman fight the other male guests, barely making it out of the party. London and Syd make up in Syd's car, and later they have sex in London's apartment. In the last scene, at the airport, Syd tells London he loves her. Although this impresses London, she still leaves him.



London (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Soundtrack album by
ReleasedFebruary 24, 2006
GenreBig beat
ProducerThe Crystal Method
The Crystal Method chronology
Community Service II
London (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Drive: Nike + Original Run

American electronica group The Crystal Method performed the score for the film.

The song "Roboslut" appears in the North American PlayStation 2 release of Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova, but is retitled "Robogirl" due to censorship.

Track listing[]

All songs written and performed by The Crystal Method except where noted.

  1. "London"
  2. "Restless" by Evil Nine featuring Toastie Taylor
  3. "Smoked" (Vocals by Troy Bonnes)
  4. "Fire to Me" (vs. Hyper)
  5. "Roboslut"
  6. "Defective"
  7. "Vice"
  8. "Crime" by Troy Bonnes
  9. "C'mon Children" by The Out Crowd
  10. "Onesixteen"
  11. "Sucker Punch" by Connie Price and the Keystones
  12. "Glass Breaker" (Vocals by Charlotte Martin)
  13. "I Luv U"
  14. "Nothing Like You and I" by The Perishers


  1. ^ "Box Office Details". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 1 November 2013.

External links[]

Retrieved from ""